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Danforth Shooting

On this episode: We look at the state of Canadian gun regulations one year after the Danforth shooting.
The Liberals have been reluctant to consider sweeping changes until after the federal election.
No one was injured, said police.
"People may begin to believe that they cannot keep themselves safe, cannot trust strangers, or are helpless."
While reporting on some aspects of a tragedy is in the public interest, not everything can or should be.
Supporters are fundraising to help Tanya Wilson pay for repairs to Skin Deep Tattoo Studio.
Ten-year-old Julianna Kozis and 18-year-old Reese Fallon were killed Sunday night.
“Why does anyone in this city need to have a gun at all?”
"People with mental illness are much more likely to be a victim of violence."
ISIS propaganda arms claims responsibility without providing evidence.
Markham's mayor said flags will be lowered in her honour.
Canadians everywhere are sending their love.
The Toronto Danforth shooting is the latest in what's been a deadly year.
Thirteen victims from the Danforth shooting remain in hospital.
"... we need to be strong and not lose hope and faith and humanity in each other and provide that support system."
There are ways to help them cope with the anxiety and fear.
The 29-year-old man was found dead on Danforth Avenue.
"The shooter is dead but that will not delay or deter us from seeking justice."